Cameyo 3 will bring some major surprises. For the first time, you will be able to use Windows apps on quite a few non-Windows platforms, very easily. Nowadays so many IT professionals need to cope in environments that include more than just Windows. Whether it is because of BYOD or simply the will to migrate to different OSes, Cameyo 3 will open new doors (no pun intended).
- Native clients for playing Cameyo apps, in addition to the current HTML5 component.
- Native Android player (preview)
- Native Windows player with seamless mode support
- Native Linux player with seamless mode support
- Perhaps more…
- Most of these native clients are based on FreeRDP. We will upload their source codes on Github.
- Storage virtualization: virtual apps can work on distant storage as if it were a local folder. Supported storage types: UNC and Dropbox.
- Storage virtualization applied to Cameyo Play: once you connect your Dropbox account, Cameyo servers (HTML5 or others) will automatically display a “Dropbox” folder within your Favorites library. You will see your files there and will be able to work on them. Changes are synchronized with your actual Dropbox storage.
- Self-hosted Play servers (preview): host your own Play servers. Works automatically with HTML5 as well as other native players.
- CameyoMenu replaced with a lighter CameyoPlayer: weighing just 100KB, this new UI module will allow you to do exactly what you need (and nothing more…): download or Play applications on your Windows workstation. The Packager and Package Editor remain, of course.
Also, allow me to repeat some of the highlights of the most recent Cameyo versions:
- Data encryption (option): virtual apps encrypt & decrypt in real time whatever’s written on the disk.
- Cameyo Online Publish: allowing you to upload your own Cameyo packages online and hence play them on HTML5 (and soon Android etc).